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Indian idols, really
Healthy if you're wealthy
THE METROPOLIS is running at full pelt to match steps with the speeding technology. The pursuit has left people stressed, scruffy and squeamish. Ironically the technology which is causing the scurry is also gifting the distraught urbanites a ...
In the pink of health
Cold weather makes the lips dry and flaky. With regular care you can keep them soft and smooth
In the web of words
IT WAS an evening of erudition, where the word came up trumps. Though the occasion was the release of two books by Stellar, an imprint of Om Books International, it was chief guest Kapila Vatsyayan's scholarly bytes that set the tone. Tracing the ...
A promise of many films...
With "Vaada" releasing this Friday, RANA SIDDIQUI finds Amisha Patel relaxed and excited as she makes a comeback to the silver screen with a pack of films after a year-long hiatus.
Breaking myths, recasting tradition
Those dreamy looks notwithstanding, there's an efficient head on those shoulders, Swapnasundari proves with her maiden publication. ANJANA RAJAN meets the dancer and musician who is now an author.
A brush with a gentleman
TRAVELLING by car, he politely asks for the window to be drawn up, for the wind might just make the remaining strands of hair on his head go haywire. And he must look spic and span. He is after all, bound for New Delhi's Metropolitan Nikko Hotel, ...
DESIGNER BEING the `in' word these days, long gone are the times when just clothes used to fall into the category. With the affordability graph soaring to the skies like never before, a consumerist urban India is now on the look out to make all ...
WARAK ENAB Bi-Zayt, Al Fattoush, Gambari al Salata, Hisaa al Dajaj, Rakaek Bil Jiben ... these captivating names create an ambience of The Arabian Nights. If you want to explore the pages of The Arabian Nights once again, just hop into Hookah, ...
When crime pays
THANKS TO over 10,000 `dead men' in Uttar Pradesh, Rahul Agarwal is a name to feature in the CNN Young Journalist Award announced recently for the year 2004. This Delhi-based Zee News crime reporter precedes Pakistani journalist Ahmed Wahid of ...
Return of the veteran
After a long gap, filmmaker Sagar Sarhadi has made another path-breaking film.
Television's better vision
SIXTY MILLION children in India live below the poverty line. In the vicious circles of malnutrition, illiteracy and child labour, they go through a life that most of us shudder to imagine. Objectively looking, it is quite amazing how we have come ...
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